Download Weather Cams NW apk 1.1 free for Android smartphone

28 Mar
Weather Cams NW

Posted by crazyaboutnature in Travel & Local | March 28, 2012 | 5 Comments

Apk file size: 2.2 MB

This application is designed by Rick Lundh for the nature enthusiast in mind. It includes live camera feeds (updated at regular intervals) from popular Pacific NW locations including Mountains (Mt Hood Timberline, Mt Bachelor, Mt Rainier, Tatoosh Range, Mt Adams, Mt St Helens, and HooDoo near Mt Washington), Columbia Gorge, and the oceans - coastline (Cannon Beach, Lincoln City, Pacific City & Bandon).

To make the most out of your hiking, skiing, or outdoor landscape photographic experience, I have included feeds of local cloud cover, localized precipitation radar, and even coastal tide charts for the entire pacific coastline from Alaska, Washington, Oregon and even down to California.

In development, is a map displaying either the camera location or a particular photographic location.

Disclaimer: This app does not discriminate between Nikon or Canon equipment :) If you are interested in private one on one or small group photo tours to any of these locations, please email me at [email protected]

Whats new

    Added Mt Adams and Pacific City Cams

crazyaboutnature part of our Travel & Local and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update March 28, 2012. Google play rating is 64.0. Current verison is 1.1. Actual size 2.2 MB.

Download weather-cams-nw.apk 2.2 MB

5 Comments

Casey McPhedran

Needs some work About 1\4 of the cameras never work, and some of them only refresh 2 or 3 times a day. Even if the refresh rate was every hour or 2 it would be great

Bob Femer

Nice simple app I live in Portland and it's nice to know what the mountains around me look like before I head out snowshoeing.

Randall Rager

Usually inop 50% of the sites are down on average. But it's free.

A Google User

Just what I needed..sweet When I take pictures I may go to different shooting spots and need to know the weather there. Easily accessible on my phone. Looking forward to new features.

Cheryl Smithers

Un installed Two few camras work

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